The Early Ecclesiastical Enclosure at Loona contains the ruins of Loona church as well as a childrens’ burial ground. A water hole was excavated within the area in which the landowner claimed to be a spring well which has since been filled in.
Originally, inside the enclosure was a Holy Well, named ‘Tobar Lughna’, which no longer exists. The children’s burial ground is situated roughly in the middle of the enclosure, though no trace of burials or grave markers is now visible. The only remaining evidence of Loona Church is its south wall, and stone debris nearby, which stands almost 2.5 metres in height.